Lowepro Lowepro Pro Runner 350 AW, Camera System Backpack - Black

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About Lowepro Pro Runner

• The Pro Runner 350 AW DSLR backpack delivers a compact, streamlined and urban-inspired solution for pro photographers and photojournalists who carry their gear through crowded airports and busy city streets. This feature-filled design fits a DSLR with attached lens, laptop, tripod and multiple accessories, plus a few personal items, in a highly organized pack. From its fully padded interior to it's patented, built-in All Weather AW Cover, the Pro Runner 350 AW thoroughly safeguards valuable gear. Includes: side compression straps with quick-release buckles; a Hideaway Tripod Mount system; rainflap lids; SlipLock attachment loops; mesh side pockets; discreet front pocket accommodates a light jacket, cell phone or MP3 player; memory card pockets on inside lid; padded mesh backpad; thickly padded shoulder straps with 5 adjustment points; padded waistbelt; webbing grab handle; zippered document pocket.



The Lowepro Pro Runner is commonly used for Protecting gear, Storing gear, Transporting gear and more.The Lowepro Pro Runner is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Lowepro Pro Runner: Adjustable harness, Comfortable, Easily accessible equipment, Roomy and Strong construction

Summary of Customer Reviews

(9)
Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Pros:
Comfortable (7),Roomy (7),Strong construction (7),Adjustable harness (5),Easily accessible equipment (5)
Best Uses:
Transporting gear (5),Protecting gear (4),Storing gear (4)
Reviewer Profile:
Photo enthusiast (3)

Lowepro Pro Runner Features

  • Capacity:
    DSLR with attached lens (up to 70-200mm f/2.8) plus 3-4 lenses, flash and accessories; up to a 15.4" widescreen laptop; tripod or monopod; personal items.
  • Size(Interior):
    112.2W x 4.5D x 15.2H in.
    28.5 x 11.5 x 38.5 cm.
  • Size(Exterior):
    13.0W x 10.4D x 17.9H in.
    33.0 x 26.5 x 45.5 cm.
  • Notebook Compartment Inner Dimensions:
    11.2W x 1.8D x 14.6H in.
    28.5 x 4.5 x 37 cm.

Lowepro Pro Runner Reviews

Review Snapshot®

 
4.7

(based on 9 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Ratings Distribution

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Great camera backpack!

This is my primary camera backpack. It comfortably contains my full daily camera kit with d7100, 4 lenses, filters, tripod, and various other accessories. This is a well designed backpack with a ton of interior space. Plenty of room for two dslr bodies with multiple lenses, and the low profile, full size, front flap pocket has even more space for your manuals, phone, passport, or whatever other flat items you wish to store. I call it low profile because the zippers are somewhat hidden beneat...

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This is my primary camera backpack. It comfortably contains my full daily camera kit with d7100, 4 lenses, filters, tripod, and various other accessories. This is a well designed backpack with a ton of interior space. Plenty of room for two dslr bodies with multiple lenses, and the low profile, full size, front flap pocket has even more space for your manuals, phone, passport, or whatever other flat items you wish to store. I call it low profile because the zippers are somewhat hidden beneath the trim of the main interior compartment, and it is not obvious that there is another pocket. The straps are thickly padded and very comfortable, and the belly strap provides additional back support. Double straps on the side of the bag accommodate multiple tripod sizes. Highly recommend for anyone looking for a sturdy, comfortable, spacious camera backpack.

Reviewed by 9 customers

 
5.0

Awsome

By

from Albuquerque  -  Pro Photographer

Great bag and really more than I need for a day out around town. Just look at the photos, do you really need to carry all that gear when you go out for the day? However, if you do then this pack is great. Think about what you really need to use and you may find the bag oversized. Well, you may want to include a lunch and spare shoes and some other gear too. Going out before sunrise and returning after sunset, then this bag is probably what you want. Remember every time you want to access a piece of gear you have to remove the bag and lay it down. Frankly, after accessing what I use when out I found the Sling Bags better suited. Packs are for LONG wearing time, rugged hiking, with less fatigue, while sling bags are for shorter periods like a walk down mainstreet, trip to the zoo or flower garden,outdoor event,state fair,Rodeo etc. You may want both depending on your specific needs. I use the LowPro 202AW sling bag about 4:1 over the backpack. Carefully evaluate what your needs are.

 
4.0

Good Value, Plenty of Room

By

from Ohio  -  Photo Enthusiast

This is a large bag and I filled it with a 5DIII body, 3 L zoom lens (17-40, 24-105, 70-300) and the 90 macro plus a 580 flash. Once I add my tripod, the entire outfit weighs 32 pounds. However the straps are well made and the waist belt carries much of the weight and is manageable even for me, a retired senior. The dividers are easy to adjust. Great value for the cost. Bags holds a large tripod securely.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great camera backpack!

By

from Austin, TX  -  Enthusiast

This is my primary camera backpack. It comfortably contains my full daily camera kit with d7100, 4 lenses, filters, tripod, and various other accessories. This is a well designed backpack with a ton of interior space. Plenty of room for two dslr bodies with multiple lenses, and the low profile, full size, front flap pocket has even more space for your manuals, phone, passport, or whatever other flat items you wish to store. I call it low profile because the zippers are somewhat hidden beneath the trim of the main interior compartment, and it is not obvious that there is another pocket. The straps are thickly padded and very comfortable, and the belly strap provides additional back support. Double straps on the side of the bag accommodate multiple tripod sizes. Highly recommend for anyone looking for a sturdy, comfortable, spacious camera backpack.

 
5.0

Extremely Roomy - Great Compartments

By

from Ball Ground, GA  -  Casual Photographer

Soon will be traveling Europe. Need safe way to carry Cameral, lens, and stand. This is well padded and has compartments and room for everything I want to take.

 
5.0

Great Deal

By

from lake Havasu,az  -  Photo Enthusiast

Great Camera Bag. The lowest price any where. I shopped around over all the web for a lower price for this camera bag and this seller was the best in price and best in service.

 
4.0

Great Pack

By

from Brooklyn, NY  -  Semi-pro Photographer

This really is a great pack for the price. Sturdy and well built, it can carry a lot of equipment. As such, it can get heavy, but the waist straps are well built and will take most of the weight off your shoulders if you decide to use them, which I do.

 
5.0

Great backpack, lots of space

By

from Riverside, CA  -  Photo Enthusiast

After purchasing more equipment for my Nikon D7000 I needed a larger backpack. The Lowepro 350 works great for me. 4 lenses, speed light, camera and equipment all fit in there with additional room available for future equipment.

 
5.0

Excellent Backpack for Camera Equipment

By

from Cleveland, OH  -  Semi-pro Photographer

Traveled with it through an airport loaded with camera gear and it functioned beautifully. Great portability while protecting my equipment. Glad I purchased it!

 
4.0

Great backpack

By

from Madison, WI  -  Pro Photographer

Great backpack, fits all my current gear, but bought it in anticipation of purchasing a second body, but I don't know where it would fit now that I have my lenses and everything in it. Great backpack though, carries my customer information folder very nicely on top of the camera equipment as well. Not a big fan of backpack cases, because I don't really walk around that much but this one does the job and doesn't hurt my back.

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TODD M  Will this easily fit a Nikon D4 body with 70-277 f2.8 and zip closed?
Ross L  Yes. The depth of the internal padded pocket space is 5'. The pockets for camera, lenses and accessories can be altered in shape by moving the velcro attachments so any inside configuration is possible. I fit a D610, Nikon 12-24mm f2.8 and 200mm f2.8 without any problem closing the zippers.
TODD M  Hi Ross. So, I measured the D4 height, it's just over 6 inches. My Lowe Pro Roller x200 AW bag with the D4 lens attached will fit just fine, so I assumed this backpack would too, but it's in inch+ shy...... Not good, as I don't want to store it with the lens off, body sideways. So for Pro sized FX bodies, it looks like this is not the backpack I need.
DORSEY D  How much does the bag weigh?
JOSH W  Bag is pretty light -depends how much gear you put in it and tripod. I have camera, 4 lenses and with tripod not light, but could carry all this prior. To getting this backpack.
Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
ANDY N  Needed something to carry all my gear in!
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